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In memory of Steven Fisher

Created by Family Of Steven Fisher

Steven Fisher

My dad and I have had ups and downs through my whole life...but no matter what, he was the dad that God gave me.
I'll miss his sense of humor and the way we would joke back and forth. I'll always remember going to see U2 in concert with him and loving every minute of it. I still laugh when I think about him attempting to sing along because, bless his heart, he couldn't carry a tune in a bucket but he would sing out with the best of them. He taught me to drive in an empty mall parking lot, made me try new things, pushed me to better myself and taught me to appreciate life and live it to its fullest.
Unfortunately, he couldn't break the cycle of addiction in his own life. His heart was constantly broken at the way his life had turned out and the way it effected everyone around him. He loved Christ and truly wanted to be the man that God intended him to be. He longed to be the father that he knew that he should have been to me and longed to be a testimony to others struggling with addictions.
I pray that others who are struggling with addiction will find hope, restoration and true sobriety.

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Guest Book


1. Amanda Fisher
I've been missing you alot...sigh. I'm listening to Jimmy Eat World's "Drugs or Me" song...and it always makes me cry. I think about you every day. Love you.
2. Amanda Fisher
Yesterday marked one year since you've been gone. I made sure to intentionally think about all of the great memories we had together. God reminded me of this scripture..."Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come." 2 Cor. 5:17
3. Leah Reedall
Romans 8:28: "We know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Steven Lee Fisher ~ You were a warrior in the spiritual realm when I most needed one! Had you not cried out on my behalf and waged war in the spirit such as you did, I'd have surely wandered in the wilderness for many more years or worse, spent an eternity separated from my God. Your prayers and the battle you waged on my behalf served to lead m
4. Amanda Fisher
Your birthday was last week and I couldn't seem to wipe the sadness from my brow. You always used to call me to remind me of your upcoming birthdays and May Day came and went in silence. You're missed more than I imagined you would be.
5. Elaine Davids Mama
Your Dad left you with lovely memories and I thank you for sharing them. I am sorry that you, too, had to loose a loved one to drugs. I pray along with you that those with addiction will find hope and sobriety. I pray that the supply and demand for drugs will dry up and we will not loose any more beautiful people. Bless you!!!Phil 4:19